QPR versus Norwich preview by Kevin Griffin
After enjoying a considerable improvement in the league, QPR have not been beaten in the league since the thrashing received by Liverpool. With the transfer deadline less than twenty four hours away, QPR will no doubt be bringing in new players and as I write this, we have signed South Korean defender (YES a defender) Yun-Suk Young, he just needs a Visa and he's all good to go. Hopefully, he'll be a good replacement for the boulder of Ryan Nelsen, but that's left for another article. Onto recent form, we have now gone 4 games in the league unbeaten, picking up 6 points from Chelsea, Spurs, West Ham and Manchester City, a very impressive run of results for the team at the bottom of the table. We have scored 6 and conceded 6 in all competitions in 2013, a much better statistic than the first half of the season.
Norwich, who played Spurs last night, would have been hoping to end a string of bad results in an attempt to distance themselves from the bottom three but only managed a 1-1 draw. Norwich have failed to win in all competitions since a 2-1 victory against relegation rivals Wigan on the 15th December. After just being knocked out of the Cup by non-league side Luton, morale in the Norwich camp is bound to be at an all time low. In their previous six, Norwich have drawn twice and lost four times, having scored 5 and conceded 9.
This is bound to be an entertaining game judging by the goals scored and conceded from both sides, let's just hope the football is as entertaining as it has been this month! Judging by the way QPR have played in the league in comparison to Norwich, I can see a certain win for QPR. 3-0 at full time will be my prediction with goals coming from Remy, Taarabt and Zamora. I know it's bold, but we are due a big win in which we score more than one goal and if we bring the form we have produced against the top sides against Norwich, it has to be a victory.
C'mon you R’SSSSSSS!!!